Configuring Javaterm Terminal sessions

1         At the system prompt, type SETUP and then press enter. The REAL/32 SETUP opening screen will appear.
2         Press enter to continue. The current name and location of the system file is displayed.
3         If required, make any amendments and then press enter to continue. After a few moments the REAL/32 SETUP
Menu will appear.
4        Use the arrow keys to highlight the "Stations and multiports" option and then press enter.
5         At the next screen, use the arrow keys to highlight the first available driver slot. Press          enter to move to the select driver screen.
6         Use page down (new drivers are usually added towards the end of the driver listing. Use the arrow key to select “JavaTerm for TCP/IP driver” once highlighted press enter.
7        The driver configuration screens that follow have the following fields which may be amended:

Field Name

Default Value

Comments

Number of ports

1

Select number of ports required.

8        When the number has been entered, highlight the Accept field at the bottom of the screen and press enter to continue. The port use screen will appear, the following may be amended.

Field Name

Default Value

Comments

1 (this is the current port number) the total number of ports in this list depends upon how many ports you have configured in the previous menu)

unused

A red flashing “>” denotes the port to be configured, once selected press enter. Select unused, terminal or terminal and printer.

      9        When your selection is highlighted, press enter. The port configuration screen will appear.

Field Name

Default Value

Comments

Number of DOS sessions.

4

Select number required.

Status line enabled.

YES

Displays status line on terminal screen.

84 key enhanced (102 key) keyboard.

102

Select 102 if you have an enhanced keyboard.

Remote mouse.

NO

Note : This option is not currently supported.

      10     When the selections have been made, highlight the Accept field at the bottom of the screen and press enter to continue. The disconnection timeout screen will appear. The following may be amended. Highlight the desired fields and press spacebar to view available selection

Field Name

Default Value

Comments

Inactivity timeout period

Disabled

Disconnects terminal after specified period of inactivity.

On timeout

Do not disconnect

Desired result after timeout period has expired.
Do not disconnect
: Do not disconnect on timeout.
Check before disconnect
: Perform a "ping" type operation to confirm the terminal is truly dead/turned off before disconnecting the port. This is recommended for LAN use.
Disconnect terminal 
: Disconnect terminal on timeout. This is recommended for WAN Networks.

On timeout start line monitor script

NO

Executes a line monitor script on timeout, type ‘HELP R32LMON’ at the command line for more information

      11     When the selections have been made, highlight the Accept field at the bottom of the screen and press enter to continue. Repeat the above for each port required. (If all ports are same configuration highlight the configured port and press F3 then highlight an un-configured port and press F4. This will copy and paste the settings.
12     When all ports are configured highlight the Accept field at the bottom of the screen and press enter to continue on this and the next screen.

13    
You will have returned to the Select configuration area screen.
15      Highlight the “Write configuration
 information to system file” option and press enter, at this screen highlight Exit to operating system.
16  You will now have to reboot the machine for the Javaterm sessions to become available.
17  When you next load the HTTPD.EXE you should see "Javaterm : driver loaded"

 
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Last modified: Tuesday November 26, 2002.